Accession Number : AD0685500
Title : MONITORING SELECTED MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF SPACE FLIGHT. VOLUME I.
Descriptive Note : Report bibliography 1953-Aug 68.
Corporate Author : DEFENSE DOCUMENTATION CENTER ALEXANDRIA VA
Report Date : MAR 1969
Pagination or Media Count : 220
Abstract : In space flight, during the takeoff, landing, and in-flight adjustments, the astronaut is exposed to changing gravitational experiences that influence his cardiovascular, respiratory, and sensory mechanisms, muscular responses, etc. These physiological responses in space are monitored by telemeter systems that detect and transmit the data to ground stations. The bibliography presents 161 annotated references dealing with these aspects of space medicine, with emphasis on biotelemetry, weightlessness, visual effects, hearing effects, and animal experimentation. (Author)
Descriptors : (*AEROSPACE MEDICINE, BIBLIOGRAPHIES), (*TELEMETER SYSTEMS, BIBLIOGRAPHIES), STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY), HEARING, SPACE ENVIRONMENTS, WEIGHTLESSNESS, LABORATORY ANIMALS, ASTRONAUTS, VISION, INSTRUMENTATION, CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES, ABSTRACTS
Subject Categories : Stress Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE